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Smithsonian Channel 2013

The Sphinx. El Dorado. The Shroud of Turin. Our world holds remarkable relics that are full of secrets, written in stone, gold, and blood. Discovering the truths behind their mysteries could change history as we know it. Join us as we travel the globe and come face-to-face with these puzzling treasures. We explore hidden corners, decipher ancient documents, and apply groundbreaking research and forensic techniques with one goal in mind: to discover the truth about these fabled cities, monuments, and remnants, and to share it with the world.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Secrets

#1 - Viking Murder Mystery


Season 6 - Episode 2

It's a gruesome mass murder no one knew about until a 2011 excavation revealed the sinister secret. Discover the story of a pre-Viking warrior tribe that was massacred in Swedish ringfort Sandby Borg and left to rot where they fell. Follow investigators as they piece together what happened 1,500 years ago, using cutting-edge modern forensic analysis. It's a tale of betrayal and power struggles that has haunted the island of Oland for centuries.

The episode was rated from 4 votes.

#2 - Blackbeard's Ship


Season 2 - Episode 6

Join our experts as they study the wreckage of a ship thought to be captained by the notorious pirate Blackbeard.

The episode was rated from 3 votes.

#3 - America's Lost Pyramid


Season 3 - Episode 5

Five hundred years before Columbus arrived, a metropolis flourished in North America. It was bigger than Paris and London and featured a towering pyramid that still stands today. What happened to this ancient mega-city and why has it remained one of Western archaeology's best-kept secrets? Using modern technology, we explore this lost empire and reveal its shocking past that marked the dramatic rise and fall of America's first great city.

The episode was rated from 4 votes.

#4 - Rome's Sunken City


Season 6 - Episode 4

Ancient records marked a modest Tunisian coastal town as the location of a one-time thriving Roman metropolis called Neapolis, but for centuries there was little archaeological evidence to support such a claim. That all changed when a massive storm exposed the ruins of ancient streets and buildings beneath in the Mediterranean Sea. Join a team of scientists as they investigate the submerged city in hopes of revealing new secrets about the rise and fall of the world's greatest empire.

The episode was rated from 4 votes.

#5 - Egypt's Apocalypse Volcano


Season 6 - Episode 5

Not only was Cleopatra's Roman lover and protector Julius Caesar murdered in 44 B.C., but the world itself seemed to have turned against her. Ominous celestial visions filled the skies, and Egypt became gripped by drought, famine, and disease. New evidence found in Greenland's ice sheets suggests the fall of ancient Egypt shouldn't entirely be linked to Cleopatra; it may have been hastened by a colossal volcanic eruption.

The episode was rated from 4 votes.

#6 - A Viking Map?
Season 1 - Episode 5

The Vinland Map was allegedly created 50 years before Christopher Columbus set sail, but amazingly, it features the coast of North America. Join the investigation of a map that, if authentic, will completely rewrite the history of the Western world.

The episode was rated from 1 votes.
#7 - Nefertiti
Season 2 - Episode 3

Join the investigation of the bust of Nefertiti as we attempt to determine if it was a great find or a great hoax.

The episode was rated from 2 votes.
#8 - Ark of the Covenant
Season 2 - Episode 4

Follow the hunt for the truth about the most famous lost treasure of them all: the Ark of the Covenant.

The episode was rated from 2 votes.
#9 - Spear of Destiny
Season 2 - Episode 5

Follow the high-tech examination of an ancient spear believed by many to have magical properties.

The episode was rated from 2 votes.
#10 - Great Wall of China
Season 2 - Episode 7

The Great Wall of China is more than just a part of history, it's part of the world's geography, a sprawling, massive edifice of mud, reeds, and billions of bricks. But why did the Chinese go to such lengths to build it? And what secrets have enabled it to survive for over 2,000 years? We unravel its mysteries and rewrite its complex history through groundbreaking science and pioneering drone technology. This is how the wall was built, what its real purpose was, how it has survived multiple earthquakes and attacks, and how long it really runs.

The episode was rated from 1 votes.

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